Wednesday 29 Oct 2014
BBC Radio Lincolnshire is inviting people to shake off the winter blues and join in a 24-hour dance marathon to raise money for this year's BBC Children in Need Appeal.
The event, which takes place at The Lawn in Lincoln, starts at 8am on Friday 20 November and is being organised by Radio Lincolnshire and dance organisation Jivefusion.
BBC Radio Lincolnshire's audiences editor Andy Roche said: "Basically, our event is a 24-hour dance marathon. We'll be broadcasting from it all day, and asking people to be part of it by learning to dance for free, and donating money to Children in Need.
"The aim is simple, to have 24 dancers on the floor for 24 hours while raising money for Children in Need."
Catering for all abilities, those interested are invited to the sessions below:
For complete beginners
8.00am to 9.00am: "Workout for the workers". Have a go at Zumba dancing.
12noon to 1.00pm: Lunchtime "workout for the workers". More easy-to-learn dancing for complete beginners.
1.00pm to 2.00pm: Ceilidh.
2.00pm to 4.30pm: Beginners ballroom class, followed by tea dance with MC Andy Fisher.
4.30pm to 6.00pm: Street Dance and Hip Hop workshops.
7.00pm to 8.00pm: "Strictly 2 Left Feet". A beginner's guide to Jivefusion salsa-jive.
9.00am: Jivefusion will be running free dance workshops for Lincolnshire schools throughout the morning. Advance booking only (please call 01522 511411).
For those who know what they're doing
6.00pm to 7.00pm: Family disco. All ages welcome.
8.00pm to 8.00am: Jivefusion Freestyle and All-Nighter with DJs Nigel Sandaver, Horace Evans, Pete Stanton and David Gibbons. Ends with breakfast.
BBC Radio Lincolnshire will be broadcasting throughout the day from The Lawn. There will be a licensed bar, refreshments, and Pudsey merchandise on sale.
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